This Week in Nellie Gail Ranch | October 15, 2021

This Week in Nellie Gail Ranch

From the week ending on October 15, 2021

Nellie Gail Ranch Board Meeting

Join us via Zoom on Tuesday, October 19 at 7:30 PM. View the Open Session Agenda below.

View Open Session Agenda

Zoom Meeting Link:

Dial in #: 669-900-6833

Meeting ID: 821 9465 9464

Passcode: 299525


Special Sunday Concert – October 24 at 3:00 PM

License Plate Recognition Cameras

Flock Safety technicians have completed installation of vehicle and license plate recognition cameras at a total of 8 locations this week. Cameras are being installed at the Association Clubhouse parking lot and ten (10) Nellie Gail Ranch community entries and exits. Cameras will cover both inbound and outbound directional vehicles and capture rear license plates. In total, there are 24 cameras that will be mounted on newly installed 12-foot poles along with signage indicating the system’s presence and will be powered by solar or direct power. Work is scheduled to be completed by October 20th subject to clear weather.

Home Emergency Kit Training

October 21, 2021, 7:00 PM @ Nellie Gail Ranch Clubhouse

The Emergency Preparedness Committee will be holding a live training on “How to Put Together your Home Emergency Kit.” Come learn what goes in your kit, why certain things are needed during an emergency, and how to easily put this kit together over time.

We look forward to seeing you!

Footing Available for Homeowner Arenas

The Equestrian Center is replacing sand footing in the lower arena the second week of November (weather permitting). The sand footing is two years old and not in condition for our competitive training needs at this arena. We will repurpose some of the sand by transporting it to the 100 foot arena above Lone Acres. Some of the sand will also be used to fill trail sandbags. We have about 75 tons to dispose of so we can also make it available to homeowners for private arenas. If you have the ability to haul the sand you may make arrangements with us to pick it up on the days we are removing the old sand to prepare for delivery of fresh footing. Please contact our Equestrian Manager Dave Jones at and we will keep you updated on the date it will be available for pick-up.

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Horse Show and Parade

Sandbags on Trail

We will be preparing our trails for the winter season by placing sandbags on select trails. The sandbags are placed to slow the flow of water and catch debris for the purpose of trail preservation. Each homeowner still receives a natural flow of water from the slopes above their homes. For our homeowners who place sandbags, please do not divert water to neighboring homes. All properties are required to accept the natural flow of water from above their property. Any diversion of the natural flow of water should slow the flow, catch debris and direct water to your drainage system.